“Multiculturalism is a body of thought in political philosophy. . .”
“While multiculturalism has been used as an umbrella term to characterize the moral and political claims of a wide range of disadvantaged groups, including African Americans, women, gays and lesbians, and the disabled, most theorists of multiculturalism tend to focus their arguments on immigrants who are ethnic and religious minorities (e.g. Latinos in the U.S., Muslims in Western Europe), minority nations (e.g. Catalans, Basque, Welsh, Québécois), and indigenous peoples (e.g. Native peoples in North America, Maori in New Zealand).” —Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Continuing from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy,
Justifications for Multiculturalism
- Liberal egalitarian
Got that? Multiculturalism is a Political Philosophy not an American Principle.
Every American coin affirms our American culture and teaches these great foundational American Principles.
- IN GOD WE TRUST (If anything this wonderful simple official motto understates our relationship to God —in Principle.
- LIBERTY is the pivotal enumerated unalienable Declaratory right.
- E Pluribus Unum (Latin for “out of many one”) this founding American Principle confirms that Multiculturalism is an ANTI-AMERICAN PRINCIPLE!
The damage caused by multiculturalism is greater to recent immigrants, American blacks and American Indians than the rest of us. Immigrants as recent as the Cubans in 1959-61 got busy, learned English and became proud productive Americans. As a matter of fact, the case could be made that the progressives came up with the idea of Multiculturalism to keep blacks as victims when segregation was dismantled.